Knicks could make play for Boozer

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» Fri Apr 17, 2009 3:37 am
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The Jazz are rumored to be looking to rid themselves of Carlos Boozer, who could be an option for New York's Donnie Walsh as he looks for a traditional big man.

Boozer is more of a traditional power forward than David Lee, who the Knicks could try to more for a first round pick in the 2010 NBA Draft.

As of right now, New York doesn't have a first-rounder in 2010.


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If Knicks want just a 2010 draft pick for Lee, that's not asking much. Lee may not be a fit here, but I'd trade a 1st rounder for him anyway, if not a top 5 pick, as you can always trade him and get value in return
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» Fri Apr 17, 2009 9:07 am
Lee is seriously a bum, he won't have the same rebounding numbers on any other team in the league. I will admit his scoring has improved and his jumper has been solid but his numbers were extremely inflated. The biggest knock on him is that he's without a doubt one of the worst defensive players in the league, he doesn't even try on defense.
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» Fri Apr 17, 2009 9:17 am
jimbob631 wrote:Lee is seriously a bum, he won't have the same rebounding numbers on any other team in the league. I will admit his scoring has improved and his jumper has been solid but his numbers were extremely inflated. The biggest knock on him is that he's without a doubt one of the worst defensive players in the league, he doesn't even try on defense.



For a late 1st rounder, if the team got good enough in some four or five years, is not too much though for him

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